Kurdistan: A new dawn breaks for Near eastern archaeology

Kurdistan: A new dawn breaks for Near eastern archaeology

 

John MacGinnis  –  Konstantinos Kopanias 

The Kurdish Autonomous Region in north-east Iraq is a land of craggy peaks, gushing rivers, and extraordinary archaeology. Yet, for decades, dictatorship and military conflict has kept the area off-limits. Now, as John MacGinnis and Konstantinos Kopanias reveal, archaeological investigation is set to flourish in an area that is largely terra incognita.

 

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